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What did you buy yourself for Christmas??

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Last Monday was my annual Christmas shopping day . . . and I got most of it done.

But: today I was out looking for the "stocking stuff". Silly little items, mostly . . . A tiny toy airplane for my son, who's training to be a pilot. A princess tiara with glittery purple rhinestones and marabou for my darling daughter! Some dark chocolate . . . .

And I spotted some 100% cotton flannel ladies shirts. A red/black/white check. A grey/black/white check.

I've been wanting a couple cozy flannel shirts for awhile. To wear over a long-sleeved T or under a sweater, with my jeans on the weekends.

The Lands End or Woolrich or Eddie Bauer versions are nice . . . but pricey. Fifty bucks and up . . . plus shipping and customs into Canada.

These were marked down to $15 each. Well made, roll tabs on the sleeves, small breast pockets with the plaid on the diagonal and nicely matched horizontally across the front placket. Soft. Feminine fitted cut.

The check out gal asked me, "Are these for you?"

"Yes," I said. I bit shame faced. Wondering how she knew; maybe something proprietary about my pat as I folded them up. "Guess I shouldn't be shopping for myself/"

( I'm thinking that the red one will be great with my black jeans . . . and I've got a nice black jeans belt, leather, with appliquéd red leather stars. The grey will be great with my grey jeans . . . and yeah, I have the same belt with white stars as well!! Those belts were $2 each . . . love them).

By this point, check out gal has all my purchases parcelled up. And she is grinning at me. "We all do it, " she said. "We all buy something for ourselves while we're out Christmas shopping for gifts for everybody else."

So: what did you buy yourself for Christmas?

  
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PENNYAN45 12/21/2011 8:32AM

    I don't go shopping very often; it's not an activity I enjoy. So at Christmas, when I do shop, I have occasionally decided that I like a gift so much that I bought another one for myself.

Enjoy your family this holiday season!

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FROSTIERACES 12/19/2011 1:36PM

    You should always shop for you sweetest Ellen! I sometimes will buy two of something when it's a gift for a friend or family and if I love it too..I buy myself one too. Yet I know that feeling very well.

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KALIGIRL 12/19/2011 11:49AM

    emoticon all Santa's gifts (with DH along of course)!

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_LINDA 12/18/2011 10:45PM

    Good for you! Sounds cozy, I love soft cotton clothing. I guess my new wardrobe is what I have been buying for myself..
Little over the top really. What you bought yourself pales in comparison!
Enjoy!!

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LISALGB 12/18/2011 9:55PM

    While shopping for my brother, who is impossible to buy for, I bought myself a new purse. I am a sucker for a great purse (as if I don't already have too many.)
Shopping for others is fun, but it is also fun to pick up a little something for ourselves!! emoticon
Your flannel shirts sound wonderful!! I love a great, comfy shirt.
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TBANMAN 12/18/2011 11:09AM

    While buying a sweater for a friend, I bought one for me too.

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NANCY- 12/18/2011 8:16AM

    SCORE!!!! Enjoy the flannel! You deserve it.

I usually wait until my birthday to get something. Hair done, pedicure, reflexology, a day of relaxing shopping. I'll pay full price for a gift for others, but the sales close to Christmas are when I will snag a something or two just for me. This year I pretty much already have what I need,
What I love to do on my birthday is to turn some soothing Christmas music and sip a little something while gazing at the lovely Christmas tree. Reflecting and projecting. Ah I cannot wait for tomorrow.

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SLENDERELLA61 12/17/2011 11:38PM

    I think buying something for yourself at Christmas is a good practice. But the only thing I can think of that I bought myself this year is pathetic. I bought a whole bunch of scotch tape. Natalie loves to play with it and I need it to wrap packages. I almost ordered myself 3 bras online, but my computer hung up and I haven't tried it again. If the free shipping is gone, I'll wait for my favorite style to come to my local store. So, I think you have pointed out a weakness in my Christmas shopping. Honestly, I haven't bought much this year for Christmas and haven't gotten me anything of consequence. Maybe I will. This is my first Christmas actually retired and I think I'm still adjusting to new financial situation. I don't feel poor, I just feel uncertain.

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PHEBESS 12/17/2011 11:30PM

    I'm trying to order two Eileen Fisher scoop neck, long sleeve, cropped viscose tops - like a long sleeve cropped T shirt, in viscose rayon - to wear in the winter over a tank with a skirt, with slacks - even over a simple tank dress. One in black, one in cobalt blue. They'll be perfect for travelling - because they're multipurpose and they don't wrinkle!

They don't have the VI on their "state" menu so I have to call in the order, and keep getting put on hold.

And I love a plaid flannel shirt over a pencil skirt, belted - sporty and warm!!!

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KMICHA 12/17/2011 10:26PM

    I haven't done that . . . yet! There is still a week left! LOL!!!

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SCOOTERGIRLOZ 12/17/2011 9:40PM

    Hi and big thanks for your warm congratulations. Very appreciated.

We splurged on portrait photo sittings as my Xmas gift.

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Hope you have a great holiday time.

Scootergirl in Oz

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MARITIMER3 12/17/2011 9:27PM

    "Sarah's Key", because I'd seen the movie and wanted to read the book.


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BMEIER2543 12/17/2011 9:08PM

    a new watch that caught my eye :)

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DONNACFIT 12/17/2011 8:32PM

    Yeah while shopping in Williston, ND on Thursday I bought a beautiful snow flake necklace, coffee cup polar fleece pjs, a Christmas t-shirt, new makeup etc all for me :) haha

Merry Christmas to me!!

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JERZGURL_NAN 12/17/2011 8:28PM

    Nothing intentional for me - but I did order a gift that I'm going to keep since my granddaughter already has it and it was pretty cool.

However, I came home f rom work the other day and the New Toby Keith CD was playing. DH had purchased it for himself, while the one I bought him is wrapped and under the tree. His loss. lol

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CMRAND54 12/17/2011 8:16PM

    I bought myself two sweaters - very soft and pretty - and they were 40% off.

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Christmas Under Control? Good Enough!

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Every year the boss (that's me) grants me one day off to get Christmas stuff done.

That day was yesterday.

And: it was sunny, not snowy, not too cold -- perfect "driving around in a mad frenzy" weather. (After, of course, a leisurely couple hours at the gym, to get me in the proper mood!)

We did put our outdoor lights up Sunday (so that our DS and DD will get the full benefit, pulling in the driveway). Now that was very cold work. But they do look great -- well, maybe a little droopy, not precision-installed or anything -- but in the "traditional" pattern that we have used all the years we've lived in this house. Creating a bit of a "triumphal arch" effect which we know they like especially on returning home after a long time away: our son since his flying visit for Canadian Thanksgiving in October, our daughter for almost two years in Australia.

And: we bought our tree. A tall balsam fir, still bundled up (so it would fit into my car, using the back seat pass-through for the trunk) and got it stored in the garage. Because the kids will want to help put that up. Christmas snarling over snarled strings of indoor lights being traditional too.

Yesterday was all about buying a few gifts (we don't do much around this actually). Basically pjs, slippers, books, a couple DVDs. A new toy for Charlie. All carefully and lovingly selected, however, without rushing. With a focus on creating that "Christmas at home cozy warmth and kick back" feeling. This year my sister and I are scheduling a post-Christmas "sisters' day" for a makeup/photo session -- business pics for our respective websites. So I did not gift shop for her. Not that shopping for her is ever the least bit difficult: we really know what each other likes!

So my Christmas organization day meant I must have been on my feet for well over five hours. But: on a Monday the stores weren't very crowded. There wasn't much shoving or clerk-surliness. And, yeah: it's mostly done. Other than buying groceries (using my patented "pre-fab less flab" approach: frozen appetizers, pre-stuffed turkey, mashed potatoes in sous vide bag -- all of course with my own "cheater" special touches such as a bit of orange rind grated into the canned cranberry sauce, a little thyme in the canned turkey gravy), and putting up the decorations sometime between the 20th and the 24th!! The light-up Christmas village on the mantel; the felt stockings I made when DH and I were first married 32 years ago, adding a stocking for each of the children now 27 and 24 years ago.

I've been three days out of the office, checking in only by email -- and I know there is lots of urgent stuff waiting for me.

So: ready to go in and stamp out as many little fires as possible.

Because: Christmas is under control!! Yes it is!! I am (thank you Bruno Bettleheim) a "good enough" mother. And we will have a "good enough" Christmas. Sometimes (with apologies to Voltaire) the "good enough" is better than the best!

  
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FROSTIERACES 12/20/2011 7:01PM

    I love the way you described the lights and archway...sounds beautiful! All for the kids I know this well! Is my Christmas under control.....well as much control as I can have from 3000 miles away, yes. I basically am sending my kids cash. They love that. But they hate me being away. This is only temporary, tho my husband would LOVE to live here permanently. I would too, if it were in a couple years. He could easily work from here, however I cannot do my work as a Mom from here. Plus, my cooking school venture got totally derailed. So...we're here for the winter, but then, thankfully back home we go! I will probably decorate to high heavens next year to make up for not doing it this year! Missed reading your blogs!

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TBANMAN 12/17/2011 3:55PM

    Excellent reminder that Christmas isn't about being "perfect," which leads to more stress than it should. "Good enough" is definitely good enough!

Merry Christmas!

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TRYINGHARD1948 12/16/2011 8:29PM

    A stress free Christmas is definitely the way to go. Loved the blog and I hope you all have a wonderful reunion.

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PENNYAN45 12/16/2011 12:45AM

    It sounds like a lovely Christmas you have put together for your family. How very nice that both your children will be home with you for the holiday.
May your days together be merry and bright!

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_LINDA 12/13/2011 10:17PM

    What an awesome family get together! That is cool you and your sister get some girl time too, even if its a little business mixed in. Traditional lights are always enjoyable to see driving by. That is great you will put up and decorate the tree together! What a productive and sensible shopping day you had! I usually can never get it in all in one day. My sister does baking as gifts now rather than bothering with presents. She now knows my weakness for her daughter's ginger snaps lol. It even surpasses my love of chocolate, that is saying a lot to how very,very good they are.
You painted such a wonderful picture of your preparations, don't need a photo to imagine it!
Hope your work days aren't too swamped and you get those fires put out quickly!

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CMRAND54 12/13/2011 5:02PM

    Your Christmas preparations sound wonderful! How lovely that your children will be home for the holidays. My daughter will not be home this year, and that pains me, but we had a nice visit for her birthday, so that will have to do. My son will be here, and of course my dear husband. I'm spreading things out. I got packages wrapped yesterday, and mailed today. I may not even put up a tree. One less thing for the cats to knock down!

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NANCY- 12/13/2011 12:32PM

    Love your attitude. I'm going to try and do the good enough as perfection doesn't really exist and really stresses everyone out.
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Thank you for sharing it helps me to envision a relaxed Christmas.

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FREELADY 12/13/2011 10:26AM

    I am pondering what you said. Yes, I am a "good enough" mother . . . how you expressed that is so helpful.

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PHEBESS 12/13/2011 10:25AM

    I love the idea of a day off to get ready for the holiday - DH's office always gave one day as a shopping day! (School doesn't have that option.)

And YAY for being ready!!!!!

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LISALGB 12/13/2011 9:25AM

    You really have it all under control!! I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas, with all the traditions and precious time spent together.

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LINDAJ0621 12/13/2011 8:48AM

    Sounds like your family will enjoy a wonderful and traditional Christmas together. We also emphasize the "together" and traditions versus overbuying meaningless gifts. Our children (24 & 29) both live away from home now, so our biggest gift is time together as a family.
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TRAVELGRRL 12/13/2011 8:22AM

    Giving yourself permission to be "good enough", when paired with a relaxed day and a relaxed family is ALWAYS the best!

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DDOORN 12/13/2011 8:18AM

    You are on your way, aren't you? Love your idea of a jump-start @ the gym! :-)

Don

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GROEDER 12/13/2011 7:52AM

    It sounds like you are very in control of the situation!!!
Have a very Merry Christmas and enjoy your family time together.

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ELRIDDICK 12/13/2011 7:34AM

  Thanks for sharing

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Pent Up Demand -- for Exercise! for Friends! for Family!!

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Busy at work for three days. Then two days of training on how to screen for domestic violence -- with excellent trainers, with a marvellous small group of participants.

But: the subject matter is . . . yeah, heavy. Sombre, really.

And: although training was very hands on, with role plays, still lots of sitting. More sitting than I usually permit myself.

Ate carefully, took my healthy salads and fruit with me. But still slightly over range one day (it was a blueberry bran muffin that did it!!)

Today back to the gym with huge zest and energy. Cardio 33 minutes 400 calories plus upper body weights workout. Zooming around making soup (Italian chicken with fava beans and brown rice) and getting laundry done and buying groceries. And replacing my desk lamp and going out for dinner with DH and good friends . . . (two appetizers -- roasted beet and goat cheese salad, mussels with tomato and white wine and garlic, then espresso, one tiny bite of DH's chocolate cake!!). Feeling sleek in my ol' fave black leather pencil skirt, black leather over knee boots, black silky relaxed cowl neck top -- and turquoise cashmere scarf for a little colour. Plus my turquoise and red bracelet, made for me by DH for Valentine's Day (yes, really!! it's so lovely).

Feeling great. Great day. Great to be back in balance.

Tomorrow we'll get some outdoor Christmas lights up, to welcome our kids back home!! They'll both be here by the 20th. Charlie will be totally euphoric.

And: do you think I should get started on a little Christmas shopping maybe??

  
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FROSTIERACES 12/19/2011 1:34PM

    Yes I want pictures too!! I little late to request...but that sounds super cute and..with your height..WOW!

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TRYINGHARD1948 12/16/2011 8:26PM

    Wow Ellen, you certainly know how to dress that amazing bod. emoticon

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JOHAL52 12/12/2011 7:23PM

    wow, the outfit sounds jazzy!

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NANCY- 12/12/2011 10:34AM

    WTG on finding balance.

I checked your photo gallery, where's a pic of you in that outfit. It made you sound smoking hot. Now that would be a great gift for your hubby.

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KALIGIRL 12/12/2011 9:42AM

    Here's to balance!

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SALSIFY 12/11/2011 4:09PM

    We demand pictures!

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Your description of your outfit sounds so wonderful.

Glad you had a good weekend. It's great to have a good time while sticking with the program - it's win win all round.

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DONNACFIT 12/11/2011 9:03AM

    Sounds like you're having a great Decemebr now..enjoy your time with hubby and your kids..Devember is soo full of blessings!!

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PHEBESS 12/11/2011 8:34AM

    Did they mention that the frustrations of the holidays can increase domestic violence in some situations? (I know, not very upbeat - but also true and something to keep in the back of your mind.)

And YAY to rocking that black leather pencil skirt and the boots!!!

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_LINDA 12/11/2011 12:13AM

    Heavy subject matter to deal with around Christmas time when you would hope everyone would get along..
Your outfit sounds fabulous!! Wish you would get photos taken! Especially would love to see the bracelet your hubby made, that is just too sweet!!
Enjoy your shopping! Its a zoo out there!!

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FREELADY 12/10/2011 10:02PM

    I love getting the news of what's going on around there. Wow, taking your fruit and salads during such a demanding schedule . . . I'm learning from your health skills!

You've also made me think more about using workouts to process a swirl of emotions or to regroup after challenging situations.

Glad your Christmas festivities are progressing!

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DDOORN 12/10/2011 9:10PM

    Good to have such active training! I had the "pleasure" of completing a several hour CPR/First Aid training program not too long ago where we needed to keep our elbows sharp to keep each other awake & coherent...and that was DESPITE having to practice...lol!

Great to cut loose at the gym after a day of training and kick up the pace! :-)

Thx for stopping by and for your encouragement,

Don

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Ahhhhhhhhhhhh!

Thursday, December 08, 2011

Have been worrying -- a lot -- about a situation that I could not do much to change.

And: yeah. Looks like everything will be OK.

Relief.

Expecting to sleep much better tonight than I have done for quite some time. emoticon

  
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FROSTIERACES 12/20/2011 7:07PM

    Longs nights worrying are certainly dreadful. I hope you are sleeping better these days...or nights rather.

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TRYINGHARD1948 12/9/2011 6:12PM

    emoticon well my friend.

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TEENY_BIKINI 12/9/2011 1:35PM

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NANCY- 12/9/2011 11:35AM

    Enjoy the peace. I oft have to remember to breathe when stressed.

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DONNACFIT 12/9/2011 9:39AM

    Glad to share your ahhhhhhhhhhh! moment

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KALIGIRL 12/9/2011 8:48AM

    Glad to hear all is well!
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PENNYAN45 12/9/2011 7:47AM

    Here's to happy endings!

I'm happy for you.

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4A-HEALTHY-BMI 12/9/2011 6:51AM

    Congrats on surviving through the frustration!

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PHEBESS 12/9/2011 4:59AM

    YAY! (And don't you just hate that kind of situation when you can't make it work out?!)

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SALSIFY 12/9/2011 2:31AM

    Hope you had sweet dreams!

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_LINDA 12/9/2011 12:10AM

    I am glad you have found peace of mind at last. Its so important to be as stress free as possible, happy it worked out for you..
May you have a long and deep restful restorative sleep..
Hugs,
Linda

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SHERRIE_BERRY 12/8/2011 11:42PM

    Fantastic! Get some much needed rest...

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FREELADY 12/8/2011 10:32PM

    Isn't it a great feeling?! Rejoicing with you!

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PAZUZURISES 12/8/2011 10:10PM

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Glad everything is all good

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GIGIDISAPPEARED 12/8/2011 10:03PM

    Glad everything is working out for you.

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NEWKAREN43 12/8/2011 9:57PM

    Peace of mind, a wonderful thing!

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SUNSHINE99999 12/8/2011 9:47PM

  Sweet dreams....

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Is Your Office Chair Killing You?

Monday, December 05, 2011

www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health/
new-health/health-news/is-your-office-
chair-killing-you/article2258518/


That's the link to a very interesting article in today's Toronto Globe and Mail about the effect of a sedentary life style.

And what it tells us is kind of sobering.

Being sedentary for most of the day is unhealthy even if we have faithfully clocked some exercise before the office. Getting to the gym - or some other kind of cardio, for 30 minutes or so daily -- is a good thing. We know that. But: it's not a magic bullet.

If we take off the running shoes and sit for the rest of the day, we're still not going to be healthy. And the cardio -- jogging or whatever -- just might not be enough to improve our health.

That's because people who sit for six or more hours a day are 40% more likely to die within the next 15 years. People who are obese sit for 2.5 hours longer each day than people of normal weight.

Human beings are meant to move. We're designed that way. So: gotta keep moving. Get up from my chair while I'm talking on the phone. Zoom over to the printer. Run upstairs to deliver a message or a file, rather than just emailing. Step outside to shovel the walk. And then take a walk!

It all helps. And having read this article, I'm going to try to be sure that I don't go more than a couple of hours without some kind of physical activity. All day every day.

  
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FROSTIERACES 12/20/2011 7:05PM

    Salsify..funny! I need to share this article with the hubby. Thx!

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DDOORN 12/10/2011 9:14PM

    Have seen this info at a number of other sites too...sobering stuff for sure!

Don

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CRYSTALJEM 12/8/2011 11:36AM

    Great blog. It really makes one reconsider how they approach their activity during the day.

I read the same article and I'm thankful that I seem to be the kind of person who naturally likes to move. I don't like to stand still for too long. I do think that tendency has helped me to not find myself in worse physical condition than I did when I started my spark journey.

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TEENY_BIKINI 12/7/2011 7:58PM

    40%?!! That is amazing.

Thanks, gorgeous. You are always making a gal thing :)

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KALIGIRL 12/7/2011 8:57AM

    Here's to getting up every hour and stretching @ your desk!

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TKADEEPBREATH 12/6/2011 10:22PM

    OMG. . . now I have a guilt trip. It's okay, I needed that. I'm so tired of sitting most of the day in front of the computer. It's hard when that is your job. I've actually seen set ups where the work station is set up on a treadmill. That's a little much for me. I can see myself making a swan dive on my way to the printer and I don't "bounce" well anymore.

You just have to make "moving" a priority . . .I'll do that tomorrow. Challenging blog, thanks for the informational push . . .!

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CMRAND54 12/6/2011 8:13PM

    Keep moving is good advice for all of us. I know I sit too much at work, and I do try to get up and move around as much as I can while still getting my job done.

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_LINDA 12/6/2011 6:19PM

    I read about this very subject on Sparks before. I have found lots of things I have read on here show up in newsprint. Didn't pay attention to where it originated. But it sure is a strong message. I may have been exercising for two hours daily, but the rest of my time was spent sitting at a computer or the bridge table -so aware of how difficult it is to keep moving through out the day..

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NANCY- 12/6/2011 6:23AM

    But I like my chair.
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Movement is what keeps us going.

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PHEBESS 12/6/2011 4:59AM

    That's one of the things I like about teaching - I'm moving around the room, standing, during the three class periods (and that includes one block). I can't sit at a desk for very long, even on the computer.

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SALSIFY 12/6/2011 4:30AM

    I knew my sofa was out to get me!

My dh watches TV standing up. I'll now stop trying to persuade him to cuddle up next to me on the sofa. Thanks for the info.

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JACKSONBRAVO12 12/6/2011 12:20AM

  Thank you for sharing the links. More helpful.This also making awareness on office chairs ( http://www.relaxofficechairs.co.uk/ ). emoticon

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JACKSONBRAVO12 12/6/2011 12:20AM

  Thank you for sharing the links. More helpful.This also making awareness on office chairs ( http://www.relaxofficechairs.co.uk/ ). emoticon

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DONNACFIT 12/5/2011 11:22PM

    Heard a cute quote "Life doesn't have a remote control..you have to get up and change it yourself"



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VREELANDTHING 12/5/2011 9:08PM

    I'm a nurse in a doctor's office, so at least I get to get up and down. I still spend a fair amount of time in a chair. Interesting article.

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NEWKAREN43 12/5/2011 8:47PM

    Wow, this resonates with me for sure...I sit literally 9 hours a day, sometimes I don't move unless I use the ladies' room or get more water...sounds like I'm in trouble...but what do I do? Get up and move, I know, get up and move! Yikes. Thanks for the information Ellen.

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